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This is not BLM, its Navajo land and its someone's homestead, not a campground. Copy and paste the coordinates to GAIA and look at satellite view. You'll get arrested for camping here or anywhere near
Went during Memorial Day weekend 2021 and was not busy. If you continue going down Wild Horse Road, you can certainly find a secluded spot to park your RV or setup your tent. Traveling on Wild Horse Rd. from Goblin Valley Road is paved and pretty easy to navigate. If you're looking for that "je ne…
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This is a very new, very small KOA. Trees are newly planted and sites are SMALL. If you like your front yard to contain your neighbors "poop-shoot", water line and electric box, then this is for you. With all the open land, it's too bad this campground couldn't double (or triple) the site sizes. …
Awesome find, definitely better than the "people pastures" along mt temple road. Lots of cool camp spots along the cliffs, not a lot of places to dig holes to do your business so bring a way to pack it out. Great place for kids to play and doggies to run around. Super close to Goblin Valley…
This KOA is located right across the road from soem of the manor buttes in Monumewnt Valley, right in the heart of Navaho Country. We discovered this campground on our first trip to the American Southwest post COVID. This facility is newly owned and very well updated by way of lavatories, showers…
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I camped right up next to the rooster butte, the rocks there added a degree of privacy. Went on some great hikes around the spot. There’s a couple different spots by rooster once you drive up towards it. Each spot had a semi made firepit. I was the only one parked near it so spots were easy to find…
This place is amazing. The sky is as dark as I’ve ever seen it and the dispersed camping is as if you were on another planet. Great slot canyon hikes near by.
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Free camping in stunning location. Excellent biking.
Dry campground on rim of canyon. Worth a nights stay for the stars.
Valley of the Gods is indescribably beautiful. We camped here on a Friday and had no trouble finding a spot that was secluded and free from others. The nearest campers to us were over 400 yards away. There truly isn’t a bad camp site here. It’s all dispersed style camping with no amenities. It’s a…
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One of best camp spots I’ve had. Pictures can’t do justice to how breathtaking the views are, and the campsites are amazingly close to the rim.
I’m typically a tent camper but read in other reviews that this is a windy spot. It is - and I hit it on an especially windy day. I car camped, which was…
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i arrived around 1 am and the place was practically empty, although there is so much space i don’t think more people being there would’ve been an issue. you can get closer to the river if you’d like or stay back a bit, either way it’s beautiful. you absolutely should visit
This CG is not just group sites, it has loop A for renters/vans with a length restriction..no trailers. Loop B is the larger loop for TT and RVs. Two groups sites ( A n B) in between by the heavily used boat ramp area. Trash, toilets, water available. Cell signal is marginal. The west end of…
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Small utah state park. Sites are on barren ledge above the goosenecks. No water and wind could be an issue here for tents primarily. $5 day use, $10 camping.
Pvt land not blm..but does not seem to be posted no trespassing so?